The 21-year-old announced to her followers that she'd just tried cereal with milk for the first time.
Sure, millennials have it easier than Generation X in many ways, but there's one aspect no one can deny it getting harder for the younger generation: housing.
30 at 30: the royal family shares clever collage with never-before-seen photos to mark Princess Beatrice's 30 birthday.
Visiting her local craft store and creating the perfect lineup of beauty favourites, one makeup artist recreated Rihanna's iconic British Vogue cover to the delight of Twitter.
Samantha Markle is once again using Twitter to defend her family - but this time she's up against mum-of-two Chrissy Teigen.
There's now a flowchart helping men everywhere understand if they're guilty of 'mansplaining' by answering a few, simple questions.
Director Bryan Singer has deleted his Twitter account, and articles previously reporting accusations of sexual assault have disappeared from the internet, according to reports.
The Internet is a huge repository of photos of cats looking cute, or doing things as they please, or even exhibiting some ninja moves. But in Japanese cyberspace, a contest on the worst cat photo is gaining popularity.
These are certainly interesting times, but the Internet decided to take a break from analyzing Donald Trump’s second week in office to analyze why Sean Spicer wore a lime-green tie at Thursday’s press conference. That accessory choice by the White House press secretary annoyed a lot of people this morning, particularly Charlie Sheen.
The movie was so beyond imagination that star Kyle MacLachlan (center) was pressed into action to explain it. Dune, be it presented via the voluminous, impenetrable prose of Frank Herbert or the equally inscrutable frames of David Lynch’s movie adaptation, can be tough to wrap your head around. With Herbert dying 30 years ago, however, Dune noob LifeofKeira decided her next best option was Kyle MacLachlan, the star of Lynch’s 1984 movie, and his emoji-happy Twitter account.
Corcoran claims there’s nothing sexual about showing off your best attributes and compares her leg-baring technique to a man wearing an expensive watch.
Photo: Burberry “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” That’s the sentiment that’s been echoing around social media since Friday, when Brooklyn Beckham—the 16-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham—announced that he’d be shooting the new campaign for Burberry’s ‘This Is Brit’ fragrance. It’s madness, you’d have to be working for a decade to achieve that.
Demi Lovato poses without makeup or retouching for Vanity Fair. (Photo: Patrick Ecclesine/Vanity Fair) On Friday, Vanity Fair released a series of portraits of singer Demi Lovato by photgraher Patrick Ecclesine. Lovato posed for the photos with “no makeup, no clothes, and no retouching” — rules she set herself. The photos immediately went viral and quickly inspired the hashtag #WeAreProudOfYouDemi, which is trending worldwide on Twitter.
Even PYTs aren’t immune. When Selena Gomez posted a photo to Instagram of herself with a friend on a boat in a bathing suit and cutoffs, the comments weren’t, “OMG I’m so jealous,” or “that bathing suit is so cool,” or even “I thought you were dating Zedd why are you canoodling that man in a bucket hat?” (which would also be inappropriate) they were instead focused on her body. Just a few of the body shaming comments. Between the typical declarations of love and “firsts,” Gomez was met with many users calling her fat and asking if she’s gained weight. Enough people pointed this out, that among the nearly 6,000 people individuals sounding off, Gomez noticed. Photo: @selenagomez/Instagram In response, she posted another snapshot in a more flattering position (well, for her figure at least) with the caption, “I love being happy with me yall #theresmoretolove ” But seriously, what are these people seeing?
Since she first rose to fame more than a decade ago, she’s been one of the more progressive popstars, a sort of feminist punk rock option for anyone coming of age circa Britney Spears. She might have grown up, got married, and had a kid, but she certainly hasn’t lost her edge. Over the weekend, after attending a cancer benefit to support a friend, she noticed some social media users criticizing her weight.
Instead of tweeting out the image of the Plaid Utility Shirtdress ($59.95) from their website, on which a wholesome looking redhead sports the look, they opted for an edgier shot on a much more slender model with a high-fashion look atypical to Gap’s usual promos. Customer feedback is important to us and we think this is a valuable conversation to learn from.” There is so much pressure on women to look a certain way or maintain a certain size, but the truth is everyone looks different and sometimes they can’t or don’t want to do anything to change that.